London is a world renowned centre for Haute Cuisine and Covent Garden residents are spoiled for choice with many Michelin starred restaurants nearby. Try L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon for some of the finest seasonal French cooking around, or Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill.
The Ivy is an icon among London restaurants, steeped in the history of British theatre, and a favourite haunt of celebrities.
Our Concierge Service can advise you on the best venues London has to offer, from the finest Michelin starred venues to the secluded local favourites and help you secure exclusive bookings.
Entertainment. London has almost too much choice.
Hexagon Apartments is right in the centre of the world’s most vibrant city.
From West End theatres to intimate live music venues, London has it all when it comes to entertainment. With such a broad range of venues, there is a continuous programme of premieres, renowned productions, top musicals, operas, ballets and mega music concerts. There is always a new club, attraction or sporting occasion to attend.
The Lyceum Theatre is a few hundred yards away, as is the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden Piazza is always a buzzing, exciting place to visit and you will find that the street entertainers are of an unusually high standard.
From luxurious spas to the world’s finest hairdressers and stylists, London is the perfect place to go out when you want to chill out.
You can also relax by meeting friends, visiting a park, taking long walks by the river, or around the many world class museums and art galleries.
London may be a fast paced city, but it is surprisingly easy to unwind and find calm here.
Living in Hexagon Apartments gives you the opportunity to experience all of London on your doorstep, by day and night. If you are looking for bars, Covent Garden and Soho are the places to be.
Milk and Honey, the Light Lounge, the Phoenix Artist Bar, the Radio RoofTop, Hoxton Hotel, The Savoy and Rosewood Hotel, the list is endless.
There are also clubs to suit every profession and lifestyle. No other city does ‘exclusive’ as well as London.
For students who will be studying in London, two of the world’s most renowned universities are a short walk away from Hexagon apartments.
University College London is a 20 minute stroll away, while SOAS, UAL and the law schools of the Inns of Court are close by.
Known as ‘The Garden of the Abbey and Convent’, Covent Garden began life around 1200 AD when it was walled-off to serve as the orchards and farmland of Westminster Abbey.
After being seized by Henry VIII, Covent Garden was granted to the Earls of Bedford in 1552. They commissioned Inigo Jones to build elegant houses, the Italianate arcades of the market square and the church of St. Paul’s.
Covent Garden. Easy to travel to and from
Hexagon Apartments’ central London location ensures residents can get in and out of the city with ease and efficiency. A short walk to Covent Garden Station and the Piccadilly Line means Heathrow airport is just forty minutes away.
Twenty minutes by tube, Kings Cross St Pancras International can whisk you to Paris in three hours when the continent beckons.
Despite being located in the heart of London, open spaces are never far away from Hexagon Apartments.
London’s parks are sanctuaries for its inhabitants and provide calm and serenity. Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Gray’s Inn Gardens are nearby.
They are part of the historic Inns of Court and are very much a hidden pleasure for those in the know, offering ideal spots for reading, or picnics.